K-37 trailer

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The K-37 trailer was used by the U.S. Army Signal Corps to haul telephone poles, and Cable reel, during and after World War II.

K-37 trailer, 1943

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The K-37 trailer could be configured to haul telephone poles, or wire reel for line construction. Its gross weight was 12.000 Lbs. and was towed by the 1.5-ton K-42, K-43, or k-44 telephone construction trucks. after World War II it was upgraded and renamed the M310. the primary manufacturer was the Highway Trailer Co. of Edgerton, Wisconsin

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